June 6, 2016
So far your methods of discrediting other people's sources is nothing short of totally hilarious.
Here's a short list of a few of the batshit crazy sources you have used and I'm sure will continue to use.
Whenever someone makes a remarkable claim and cites GlobalResearch, they are almost certainly wrong. Globalresearch
Joseph Mercola, doctor of osteopathy, is a popular guru of alternative medicine and a member of the right-wing
quack outfit Association of American Physicians and Surgeons. He advocates and provides a forum for many classic crank medical ideas, such as vaccine hysteria and the belief that modern (sorry, "allopathic"
medicine kills more people than it helps. His website is a veritable spring of pseudoscience, quackery, and logical fallacies. He is a promoter of the idea of an AMA/Big Pharma/FDA conspiracy.
Gilles-Eric Séralini is a professor of molecular biology at the Institute of Fundamental and Applied Biology (IBFA) of the University of Caen in France. He is also President of the Scientific Board at CRIIGEN. He was fairly well known in the biotech community for having a history of flawed studies, but his controversial 2012 study on transgenic NK603 maize made him immensely popular among the anti-GM communities. http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Seralini
Hari is maybe not quite as dangerous as Joseph Mercola (who endorses her) or Mike Adams, but that's not exactly comforting. Her standards of evidence are terrible and based on total nonsense, and rather than promoting moderation, she mostly just wraps up obsessiveness and scolding in an apparently well-meaning package. Is she incompetent or a liar? Well, it doesn't really matter. Most of her "investigative" process can be summed up as either "Joseph Mercola said so, therefore spinning water in a blender really does make it healthier" or "if I can't pronounce it, it must cause cancer."http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/FoodBabe.com
Ho has been criticized for embracing pseudoscience.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mae-Wan_Ho
May 3, 2016
Source: NBC News
Come November, 81-year-old Paul Gatling will get to do something that many Americans take for granted he'll get to vote for a presidential candidate.
Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson vacated Gatling's 1964 murder conviction on Monday and restored his rights, including his right to vote.
"I want my name cleared," Gatling told NBC News before Thompson made it official. "Most of all, I just want to vote before I die."
The delighted Gatling said his only regret is that President Obama won't be on the ballot.
Read more: http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/man-convicted-brooklyn-murder-exonerated-after-52-years-n566076